Heartland Human Care Services: Supportive Housing Services
The Supportive Housing Services program of Heartland Human Care Services provides case management to formerly homeless or at-risk of homelessness residents living in four Heartland Alliance subsidized apartment buildings. Monthly rent is based on resident's income, and market-rate apartments are available. The social services program model is designed to assist residents in reaching housing stability and to promote personal growth, well-being and self-sufficiency. Services consist of case management, employment and career development, financial literacy programs, substance use counseling and housing services. To qualify for Supportive Housing Services, an applicant must be homeless or at risk of homelessness and meet the building entrance criteria. Appointments are required to receive services, and this program does not accept walk-ins.